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Murali Krishnan

Articles by Murali Krishnan

'I Met Warne At Five-Star Parties'

'I Met Warne At Five-Star Parties'

Jul 12, 2004 Murali Krishnan INTERVIEWS Ratan Mehta

The man, described by the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit as a 'major cricket gambler', one of the...

'We Have To Ensure A Fair Trial, That's The Least People Expect'

'We Have To Ensure A Fair Trial, That's The Least People Expect'

Jul 05, 2004 Murali Krishnan INTERVIEWS H.R. Bharadwaj

The law and justice minister on the steps being initiated by the UPA government to restore confidence among...

Many Jackals On the Prowl

Many Jackals On the Prowl

May 31, 2004 Murali Krishnan

An IB assessment finds that the threat to Sonia Gandhi's life was real

That Delhi Belle

That Delhi Belle

May 17, 2004 Murali Krishnan

Cellphones ring. Five-star rooms are booked. The men are natty. The girls, hep. A look at the capital of sin.

Wilful Machines

Wilful Machines

Mar 29, 2004 Rajesh Sinha

Despite the EC's reassurances, tampering fears remain

What's Ur Moto?

What's Ur Moto?

Mar 22, 2004 Murali Krishnan

Telecom giant Motorola faces a probe over bribes it paid to BSNL officials through middlemen and front firms

Keeping Akram Out

Keeping Akram Out

Mar 08, 2004 Murali Krishnan

How does the former Pak skipper, tainted by match-fixing charges, continue to influence cricket?

A Beamer Ball

A Beamer Ball

Mar 01, 2004 Murali Krishnan

The net closes in on the ex-Pakistan captain over the '99 Old Trafford Cup match even as more charges crop up

Plumb In The Middle

Plumb In The Middle

Feb 16, 2004 Murali Krishnan

A '99 Indo-Pak World Cup league match. The usual suspects. An ICC probe closes in. Updates

Whistling For A Ref

Whistling For A Ref

Jan 26, 2004 Murali Krishnan

At a time when most parties are in election mode, the government plays around with the CEC appointment

The Sky Falls!

The Sky Falls!

Jan 12, 2004 Murali Krishnan

The trail that has emerged from the CBI probe into the Judeo scam is leading up to the Jogis, via a TV channel

Transparency No Bar

Transparency No Bar

Dec 29, 2003 Murali Krishnan

Candidates' education may have influenced voters but not their money or crimes

Chicken Coop Raid

Chicken Coop Raid

Dec 08, 2003 Charubala Annuncio

Beyond leaked papers, the HRD ministry plans its own subversion on the IIMs Updates

Frame By Frame

Frame By Frame

Dec 01, 2003 Saba Naqvi

Images do not lie. Even if they are a sting operation or a political checkmate by the opponent. Updates.

Somewhere In The West...

Somewhere In The West...

Nov 17, 2003 Murali Krishnan

The barbs are hitting home. As the Indian army immerses itself in the ambitious task of wiring up an...

"No Way Am I Entering Politics"

Nov 10, 2003 Murali Krishnan INTERVIEWS J.M. Lyngdoh

The CEC explains how the forthcoming assembly elections in five states will be different from any other...

The Slush Meter

The Slush Meter

Oct 20, 2003 Murali Krishnan

This time, candidates have to declare their assets and liabilities. Will it bring transparency or refine...

Present, D Facto

Present, D Facto

Oct 06, 2003 Amir Mir

The Sindh IG's admission matches with India's claim all along: Dawood's there and thriving

Bullet's Day Out

Bullet's Day Out

Sep 29, 2003 Murali Krishnan

After an uneasy calm, terror returns with a deafening roar Updates

Next-Door Kamikaze

Next-Door Kamikaze

Sep 22, 2003 Murali Krishnan

Urbane, motivated, net-savvy—the new, deadlier crop of militants is from the middle class